TUSTEN NY REAL ESTATE
Tusten NY Real Estate includes Narrowsburg, Beaver Brook, Feagles Lake, Hunts Corners, Neweiden, Ten Mile River, and Smith Switch. Tusten is a town in Sullivan County in the state of New York. The name is derived from Benjamin Tusten, a military leader killed at the Battle of Minisink. The Town of Tusten is located in southwestern part of the county. As of the census of 2010, there were 1,515 people.
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The town was previously part of the Towns of Mamakating and Lumberland in 1853. Benjamin Homans was the first settler, setting himself up by Narrowsburg. The Ten Mile River Baptist Church and Tusten Stone Arch Bridge are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Narrowsburg and the Town of Tusten, in which it is located, has historically been a bustling place with strong ties to the outdoors. At one time thousands of logs tied together in rafts traveled down the Delaware to cities below, and raftsmen would “dock” their rafts in the Big Eddy and stay in town overnight. Before the decline of the railroad, city folks would board the train and spend their summers at inns and boarding houses in the area, swapping heat and dirt for fresh air and hearty country cooking.
Today the outdoor tradition continues. Canoers flock to the area as soon as the season opens to float down the clean waters of the Delaware. Hikers can enjoy the newly opened Tusten Mountain Trail which overlooks the Delaware River, anglers ply the waters for shad, trout, smallmouth bass and walleye and hunters target white tail deer, black bear, turkey and other game.
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Within the town of Tusten is the riverfront hamlet of Narrowsburg. Narrowsburg is noted for having three pizzerias thus has the moniker of “The Pizza Capital of the Upper Delaware River”. Noted establishments such as: Carini (at Pete’s Plaza), The Laundrette (on 5th Street) and Uncle Vinny’s (on Bridge and Main Streets) offer the visitor fine Italian specialties as well as tasty and affordable pizza.
Besides the aforementioned Italian cuisine, Narrowsburg also offers the hungry traveler two Chinese restaurants. Chinatown Kitchen (Pete’s Plaza) and China King (Bridge Street). Wonderful entrees such as General Tso’s Chicken; Subgum Wonton and Crispy Seven Lucky Lucky await fortunate visitor to this hip quaint hamlet hard by the Scenic and Recreational Upper Delaware River.
Other restaurants which are also worth a visit are: The Heron, The Narrowsburg Cafe, Narrowsburg Inn and Grille.